Umrika available on iTunes




Dustin O’Halloran’s score for Prashant Nair’s film ‘Umrika‘ is now available to preview and download on iTunes.


The score features strings recorded by the Budapest Art Orchestra, percussion by Tatu Rönkkö (Efterklang) and Shahzad Ismaily, cello by Gyda Valtysdottir, as well harp, marimba and other instruments and for the first time virtually no piano.



New EU Tour Dates AWV 2015


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A Winged Victory For The Sullen have announced new European tour dates for 2015. For ticket links visit:


  • Oct. 25: Münster, DE – AV Picknick
  • Nov. 06: Madrid, ES – Cats
  • Nov. 07: Barcelona, ES – MiRA Festival at Fabra i Coats
  • Nov. 29: Tilburg, NL – Theaters Tilburg
  • Dec. 03: Lisbon, PT – Teatro Maria Matos
  • Dec. 04: Braga, PT – Auditório Adelina Caravana
  • Dec. 06: Madeira, PT – Madeiradig
  • Dec. 09: Hasselt, BE – CC Hasselt
  • Dec. 10: Leuven, BE – 30CC
  • Dec. 11: Turnhout, BE – de Warande
  • Dec. 12: London, UK – Barbican Centre  (with Hauschka)
  • Dec. 14: Manchester, UK – St Phillips Church
  • Dec. 15: Leicester, UK – Bishop Street Church

Emmy win




Dustin O’Halloran won an Emmy Award for ‘Outstanding Main Title Theme Music’ for his Transparent theme! The critically acclaimed Amazon series by Jill Soloway took home a total of five Emmy Awards.


The full list of winners can be found here:

‘Equals’ score wins Soundtrack Stars Award at Venice Film Festival 2015


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Sascha Ring of Apparat and Dustin O’Halloran won the Soundtrack Stars Award at the Venice Film Festival 2015 for their collaboration on Drake Doremus’ new movie ‘Equals’.


‘Equals’ is Dustin’s fourth collaboration with Doremus after ‘Like Crazy’, ‘Breathe In’ and ‘The Beauty Inside’.

Equals to premiere at Venice Film Festival


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Just announced: Drake Doremus’ new sci-fi film ‘Equals’ starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult will premiere at the Venice Film Festival 2015 in September. The film features an electronic score by Dustin O’Halloran and Sascha Ring of Apparat.


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